Initial puffing behaviors and subjective responses differ between an electronic nicotine delivery system and traditional cigarettes

@inproceedings{Norton2014InitialPB,
  title={Initial puffing behaviors and subjective responses differ between an electronic nicotine delivery system and traditional cigarettes},
  author={Kaila J Norton and Kristie M. June and Richard J. O’Connor},
  booktitle={Tobacco induced diseases},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) present an emerging issue for tobacco control and data on product use behaviors are limited. METHODS Participants (N = 38 enrolled; N = 16 compliant) completed three lab visits over 5 days and were asked to abstain from regular cigarettes for 72 hours in favor of ENDS (Smoke 51 TRIO - 3 piece, First Generation with 11 mg/ml filters). Lab visits included measurement of exhaled carbon monoxide (CO) and salivary cotinine concentration… CONTINUE READING
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